Learn the key ingredient to successful collaborationWhether we are leading a team or just participating as a member, teamwork is a fundamental part of how we get things done.Some teams work together beautifully and deliver impressive results. Others struggle to achieve their goals and experience frustration or even conflict. Have you ever wondered what makes some teams more successful than others?
Google spent three years and millions of dollars to try to determine what made some of their internal teams perform better than others. What Google found may surprise you. It’s a concept called psychological safety.
In this interactive presentation, we will learn about psychological safety and answer these questions:
· How do you know if a team you’re on (or you lead) has psychological safety?
· What can you do to help make your teams more effective—whether you are the leader or a participant?
Sue Matson, the presenter, is a certified Master Coach affiliated with the Marshall Goldsmith Group and works with senior executives, teams, and high-potential emerging leaders across many industries and functional areas.
Her coaching experience includes such areas as Executive leadership development and presence, coaching female Senior Leaders, coaching in a context of strategic or organizational change, and coaching teams for greater effectiveness and alignment.
Sue began her career at Leo Burnett Advertising, rising to VP/Account Director, responsible for directing agency operations and client relationships for several large clients. She then co-founded and led a strategy consulting firm before moving on to her current role as Executive Coach.
She holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and a BA from the University of Notre Dame. Sue has lived in Maine for five years. She currently resides in Bath with her husband, Brad, an executive at L.L. Bean.
Registration deadline is Friday, November 3
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Thank you to our November sponsor: Rheal Day Spa